THREE MINUTES IN POLAND: Discovering a Lost World in a 1938 Family Film
When Kurtz stumbled upon a family film shot during a 1938 sight-seeing trip to Europe, he had no inkling of its historical significance. But after restoration of the footage, he realized that his grandfather captured the only known moving images of the Jewish community of Nasielsk, Poland, just one year before the Nazis destroyed it.
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